Douglas Sabo is Vice President, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Philanthropy at Visa Inc., and President of the Visa Foundation.
Sabo joined Visa in 2008 after previous roles in Corporate Responsibility and Government Relations for high tech companies and trade associations.
In his current role, he oversees the company's corporate responsibility strategy, reporting and communications, in collaboration with internal stakeholders. He co-chairs the company's cross-function Corporate Responsibility Working Group, leads the environmental sustainability strategy and audit, and oversees the reporting process, including shareholder and stakeholder engagement, awards and rankings, and the company's CSR report and communications.
Sabo also oversees the global philanthropic strategies of Visa and the Visa Foundation across key areas of focus, including financial inclusion, financial literacy, humanitarian support, community involvement and employee engagement.
Sabo currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of Sustainable Brands and the Net Impact Advisory Council among other roles with corporate responsibility and sustainability organizations. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of corporate responsibility and philanthropy topics on behalf of the company.
Sabo graduated with High Honors from Wesleyan University with a degree in Government and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Sabo also holds an Executive Certificate in Sustainable Management from the Presidio Graduate School and an Executive Certificate in Corporate Citizenship from the Carroll School of Management. In his spare time, he enjoys chasing his two young daughters (ages 5 and 3) around the house.
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Visa, a leading global payments technology company, today announced that yesterday it successfully priced its inaugural green bond offering, totaling $500 million, paying a semi-annual coupon of 0.75% and maturing August 15, 2027.
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